Looking at the results of the voting for Meeting C++ 2023 talks
On Monday the voting on the submissions for Meeting C++ 2023 ended. Acceptance notifications just went out and I'd like to give you a first glance at the results with this post.
First of all, there have been 110 active voting sessions this year. These consist out of 3 groups with different voting weights, so that the end result is not just summed up votes. The 3 groups are Staff + former Speakers, Folks who bought tickets to the event before the voting started + those who submitted talks, and everyone that has an account and wants to contribute to the voting. The first group should see the speaker names and bio, the others vote on talk title, description and outline only.
And through this voting, these talks made it into the top 10:
- Phil Nash - Rewiring your brain - with Test Driven Thinking
- Daniel Withopf - Compile-time Is the New Constexpr: Leveraging Compile-time Sparsity for Vectors and Matrices
- Michael Price - AI Assistants for C++ Developers
- Bryce Adelstein Lelbach - C++ Horizons
- Filipp Gelman - What I learned From Sockets
- Victor Ciura - Swift ABI Resilience
- Boguslaw Cyganek - Teaching modern C++: Is it a job or a mission?
- Miloš Andelkovic - Class Layout
- Shivam Kunwar - Optimizing Multithreaded Performance: Unveiling False Sharing and Harnessing Hardware Destructive Interference
- Daniela Engert - So, you want to use C++ Modules ... cross-platform?
The AI talk was submitted as online only, and hence will be given online. The other 9 talks will be part of Track A.
I feel that this is a good mix of talks, I'll share the individual voting results with the submitting speakers next week. Acceptance emails have gone out this afternoon.
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